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Meet our personality of the Issue 2 (2014), Jarosław Kantorowicz...

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Personality of Currenty Issue

Personality of Current Issue

Jarosław Kantorowicz

is a University of Hamburg absolvent and European Doctorate in Law & Economics (EDLE) student. He was born in 1986 in Czeladź, Poland...

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Submission Guidelines for Authors

 

The DANUBE: Law and Economics Review seeks to publish original research papers that make a significant contribution to the fields of law and economics. Book reviews are also accepted for publication. 

Manuscript submission implies papers not exceeding the recommended extent of 20 – 30 pages (36,000 – 54,000 characters, including spaces) for articles, and 10 – 15 pages (18,000 – 27,000 characters, including spaces) for discussions. Manuscripts should be written in English and must include: 

- title,

- names, e-mail addresses and affiliations of all authors,

- abstract (120 – 150 words),

- keywords (4 – 6),

- introduction,

- main text,

- conclusion and

- references.

 

The preferred format is MS Word (.doc and .docx documents) or LaTeX. See the Style Sheet for further information.

Submit the manuscript online or via e-mail (danube@eaco.eu). Sending a manuscript indicates a tacit understanding that it is not actively under consideration for publication with other journals.

 

Double blind review 

The DANUBE is a peer-reviewed journal. All the manuscripts fulfilling the requirements mentioned above undergo a double blind review process provided by the members of the Editorial Board and two anonymous external reviewers. The double blind process means that neither the author knows the reviewer’s identity nor the reviewer knows the name of the author or other reviewer.

The manuscript is accepted, accepted conditionally or rejected on the basis of the reviewers’ suggestions. If accepted conditionally, the author is supposed to correct it while taking the remarks of the reviewers into account and the reviewers are entitled to ask for re-evaluation of the paper. The final decision is made by the Editor-in-Chief. Finally, accepted manuscripts are edited in accordance with the practices of the DANUBE which include the language editing and proofreading.